(projects and collaborations)

Burns et al., 2020

Heterotrophic Carbon Fixation in a Salamander-Alga Symbiosis

Jimenez et al., 2020

No evidence of phago-mixotropy in Micromonas polaris, the dominant picophytoplankton species in the Arctic

Burns et al., 2020

From intent to implementation: Factors affecting public involvement in life science research

Main Publications 


Kerney et al. 2019

Co-Cultures of Oophila amblystomatis Between Ambystoma maculatum and Ambystoma gracile Hosts Show Host-Symbiont Fidelity

Burns et al. 2015

Comparative Genomics of a Bacterivorous Green Alga Reveals Evolutionary Causalities and Consequences of Phago-Mixotrophic Mode of Nutrition

Burns et al. 2018


Gene-based predictive models of trophic modes suggest Asgard archaea are not phagocytotic

Burns et al. 2017


Transcriptome Analysis Illuminates the Nature of the Intracellular Interaction in a Vertebrate-Algal Symbiosis

Collaborative Work

Tessler and Brugler et al., 2020


Ultra-gentle soft robotic fingers induce minimal transcriptomic response in a fragile marine animal

Torruella et al., 2018

A complex functional gene set for the early-branching opisthosporidian Paraphelidum tribonemae.

Cadiz et al., 2018


The chytrid fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, is widespread among Cuban amphibians

DNA Repair (Burns PhD Research)

Burns et al. 2018


Nucleotide excision repair does not contribute to the genetic instability associated with loop or stem-loop DNA located within transcription units

Nadkarni and Burns et al. 2017

Nucleotide excision repair and transcription-coupled DNA repair abrogate the impact of DNA damage on transcription

Burns and Dreij et al., 2010


O6-Methylguanine induces altered proteins at the level of transcription in human cells.

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